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Daubhill Bumblebee Nest Removal
Bumblebees are one of the deadliest bees in the world once provoked. Here are some things you should know about Bumblebees:
- Why they should not be around your home
- How many times they can sting you before it's deadly
- How aggressive they become when defending their nests
Daubbill Bumblebees can sting multiple times without dying. However, repeated stinging has been known to cause pain and swelling. If you or anyone in your household suffers from allergies towards venom, they could have a severe reaction called anaphylactic shock; this can result in death if not treated immediately; the symptoms include trouble breathing, dizziness, dropping blood pressure, swelling of tongue and throat if you notice these signs get medical help ASAP and call our Bumblebee exterminators for Daubhill Bumblebee hive removal.
Bumblebees are known for their ability to nest in most places around the home, but they do have preferences like sheds, home insulation, cavities in walls or trees, in the ground, they even like compost heaps, crevices, roof spaces, lofts, behind fascia boards these places you would typically find them; however it does not exclude any location of your home. To explain these creatures lifestyles we have incorporated a few common types in helping you understand them better.
The Whitetail bee is a beautiful bumblebee found in much of Europe. These bees are approximately 13-16 mm long and are black with some yellow markings on their thorax. They nest in the ground, using old mouse nests or other cavities. The Whitetail bee is not aggressive and seldom stings unless it is threatened. Whitetail bees live in nests with up to 10 other females. Within their nest, they lay eggs and store food for developing larvae. Nectar and pollen are their main food sources. The species of flower the Whitetail bee visits depends on what is available at different times of year in its particular location - almost any flower will do! On average, they visit around 100-200 flowers per day.
The Tree bee, Bombus hypnorum, is a species of bumblebee that can be found in Europe and North America. Approximately 1 inch long, these bees have yellow markings on their thorax and abdomen. They build their nests in trees or other sheltered places, such as under eaves or in attics. The Tree bee is the only bumblebee species that nests in trees. These bees typically sting if they are mishandled, but they are not considered to be particularly aggressive. They live in colonies of around 50-200 bees.
Moss carder bumblebees are a beautiful, metallic green colour with copper stripes. They are the smallest of the UK bumblebees and usually nest in mossy areas near the ground. These bees are gentle and non-stinging, making them popular for gardeners and nature enthusiasts.
Moss carder bumblebees are only 1-1/4" in length, making it easy to spot them when they are flying. They have pale hair on their heads and thorax, giving them a unique appearance. Their noses are black, but most of the colour is on their abdomen, making the copper stripes easier to see. These stripes run horizontally across their bellies, with one stripe right next to another.
Don't take chances if you're concerned that bumblebees are invading your home or property. You can hire experts like Daubhill Bumblebee Nest Removal Service near me to safely and quickly get rid of unwanted pests. As a pest control company, we offer a variety of solutions designed explicitly for bumblebees. Call Daubhill Bumblebee hive removal today at 0161 776 9832, so we can help get rid of Bumblebees.